Universalia to conduct Independent Evaluation of the Nordic Trust Fund at the World Bank

The Nordic Trust Fund is a knowledge and learning initiative at the World Bank (WB, or the Bank) established in 2009 by Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Germany. It is designed to help the Bank develop a more informed view on human rights, in the overall context of the Bank’s goals of ending poverty and boosting shared prosperity. The evaluation will focus on the activities and accomplishments of the NTF between 2009 and 2017 and will provide recommendations to help strengthen the Fund in the future.

The evaluation will be delivered by the Organization and Partnership Evaluation Practice, jointly with Red2Red Consultores, a Spanish firm with whom Universalia has collaborated on a number of other evaluations.